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whizzing through her neighborhood. it happened near the oakland coliseum near 82nd avenue and a street in east oakland. nick smith is live at children's hospital oakland. nick, she's okay, right? >> dan, that is the good news. nala is her name and she is 10 years old and she is fine. she is expected to survive. she and her eight-year-old sister were playing in the front yard when bullets started to fly nearby. >> it just happened so fast. >> just before 5:00 p.m., witnesses say shots were fired near 82nd avenue and a street in east oakland. sky 7hd was above where bullet casings littered the ground below. sharon dawson heard the gunfire and feared the worst. i. >> i heard it and came out and the first thing i thought of was my children. >> she found her 10-year-old granddaughter, nalah running to her for help and frightened and complaining of a burning feeling. >> she was grazed on the shoulder on the right side. >> nalah and her sister were playing in the yard. >> we were here on our own property. they were not outside the gate. they were right here where they were supposed to be. >>
>>> where? where? >> ktvu has the exclusive video from an officer - involved shooting in oakland. the new information we got about the suspect overnight. >>> we are live in san francisco where hundreds are climbing the highest peak to go to a special easter service. we will take you there live straight ahead. >>> in this hour, few sprinkles falling over the bay area. what you can expect for easter sunday coming up. >>> car fire burning in oakland overnight. >>> this is "mornings on 2". >>> good morning, and welcome to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. it is sunday, march 31st, happy easter. >> good morning, i am mike mibach. happy easter. we will see how long the rain will last in the bay area. >> good morning to you. it is all day event. it is not going to be widespread for the entire day. we are in a lull right now. take a look at storm tracker two. few sprinkles over the bay area. and east bay and/or linda seeing a few light -- and or linda in the center and will be passing over the bay by this afternoon. bring scattered showers and possibility of more thunderstorms. we wil
children. >> and she had reason to be concerned. tonight at 9. shooting in oakland and a little girl gets caught right up in the middle of it. plus the men as that kept dozens of students away from the classes. only on abc 7 news. threat the parents now face from the school. >> also. fate of the calf condor. survived a major pesticide scare but can it survive the bullet? >> and comfort factor. catcher posey going to be with the team posey going to be with the team for a very long time. >> this is abc 7 news. >> it's happened again. tonight young child has been wounded as a result of gun violence in the east bay. sky 7 hd was over the scene of very active investigation. good evening i'm dan ashley. police tell us tonight that 10-year-old girl in east oakland was very lucky that she was not more seriously hurt by gunfire. we have pictures to show you just how close she came. you can see the scratches on her shoulder that broke her skin. authorities say the girl was hit by debris kicked up by bullets. now we were above the scene where the shooting happened. bullet casing litteri
. it is 57 in oakland. mild 61 in san jose and 52 in half moon bay. visibility has dropped to 5 miles with fog. i just checked out the latest computer models. the timing and the onset of the rain has changed. what this means for your easter egg hunts and your plans coming up. >> a little girl was hospitalized tonight after being hurt when bullets started whizzing through her neighborhood. it happened near the oakland coliseum near 82nd avenue and a street in east oakland. nick smith is live at children's hospital oakland. nick, she's okay, right? >> dan, that is the good news. nala is her name and she is 10 years old and she is fine. she is expected to survive. she and her eight-year-old sister were playing in the front yard when bullets started to fly nearby. >> it just happened so fast. >> just before 5:00 p.m., witnesses say shots were fired near 82nd avenue and a street in east oakland. sky 7hd was above where bullet casings littered the ground below. sharon dawson heard the gunfire and feared the worst. i. >> i heard it and came out and the first thing i thought of was my childre
. san francisco 52 degrees. it is 57 in oakland. mild 61 in san jose and 52 in half moon bay. visibility has dropped to 5 miles with fog. i just checked out the latest computer models. the timing and the onset of the rain has changed. what this means for your easter egg hunts and your plans coming up. >> a little girl was hospitalized tonight after being hurt when bullets started whizzing through her neighborhood. it happened near the oakland coliseum near 82nd avenue and a street in east oakland. nick smith is live at children's hospital oakland. nick, she's okay, right? >> dan, that is the good news. nala is her name and she is 10 years old and she is fine. she is expected to survive. she and her eight-year-old sister were playing in the front yard when bullets started to fly nearby. >> it just happened so fast. >> just before 5:00 p.m., witnesses say shots werenear 82d near 82nd avenue and a street in east oakland. sky 7hd was above where bullet casings littered the ground below. sharon dawson heard the gunfire and feared the worst. i. >> i heard it and came out and the first thing i
of information, which he helped form. he died in oakland march 15. he was 61 years old. >>> watch dog commission recommended turning over state parks to local park agencies. the report says some state parks are only of local interest and should be the responsibility of local governments. they did not say which parks should be transferred. they found the parks department had an outdated management system and didn't get enough money to maintain the parks. >>> with easter weekend ahead fuel prices continue to call across the united states. the report pegged the average cost at $3.67. that is down 11 cents from a month ago. the reason for the decline is a drop in cruel oil prices. in the bay area, the average price today for a gallon was $4.14 in san francisco. >>> roles are changing when it comes to who is the bread winner of the household. an analysis shows when one spouse works full time and the other stays home the wife is the soul bread winner in 23% of family. when they first started tracking this, it was 6%. in 12 million families, wives out ear
's hospital in in oakland for further examination. >> it's that innocent people get hurt. >> all of this, after a one-year-old boy in richmond being hit in the neck by a bullet. both he and the girl are expected to survive their injuries. police tell me that the entire situation is still under investigation. >> katie: we have an update on the one-year-old boy who was shot on the neck on thursday. she back home this morning. the child was on the couch at his grandparents home when bullets came through the window. one hit the baby. the family says they are moving out of the iron triangle. a man on a bicycle was also shot and expected to survive. >> developing news, san francisco police right now are investigating a shooting in the mission district. the victim, a man was taken to the hospital. his condition is not known at this hour. the shooting was reported just after 3:00 a.m. at the intersection of 24th and bryant streets. >> u.s. park police are investigating a shooting in the fort mason area last night that left a man wounded. victim who is in his 20s and from the east bay managed to
they lost in a military base shooting in virginia. a delta plane carrying the casket land at oakland international airport yesterday afternoon. they escorted the body to the home in the oaklandly area. 19-year-old was one two of marines killed by an instructor in virginia. the gunman is from pacifica. >>> a navy seal killed in a training accident thursday was a member of the elite unit that killed osama bin laden two years ago. he died after colliding with another navy seal in midair. the other sailor survived and is in the hospital. they say the sailor that died was a member of seal team 6 but not clear if he took part in the raid that killed bin laden. >> ten dogs were saved from a house fire in concord. firefighters were called to a home on a hillsborough drive about 6:30 p.m. they found a bunch of smoke and several bulldogs. the flames from a pot on kitchen stove. nobody was hurt and the dogs are fine. >> we're learning more this morning about how a college student lied about being rape suffered real injuries. she claimed she was raped last month on the u.c. santa cruz campus. sh
in a shooting in virginia. a delta plane carrying the casket landed at oakland international airport yesterday. sky7hd was overhead as a group of military veterans escorted her body to her home in the oakley area. 19-year-old was one of two marines killed by an instructor last week in quantico, virginia. the gunman is from pacifica. >>> a navy seal killed in a train accident was a member of the elite unit that killed osama bin laden two years ago. he died after colliding with another navy seal midair during a parashooting accident. the other sailor survived, the sailor that died was a member of field team six but it's not clear if he took part in the raid that killed osama bin laden. >> ten bull information were saved from a house fire in concord. firefighters were called to a home on hillsborough drive around 6:30. they found a small fire, a bunch of smoke and all those bulldogs. the flames came from a pot on the kitchen stove. nobody was hurt and the dogs are just fine. >>> we're learning more this morning about how a college student who lied about being raped suffered real injuries. 20-year
in oakland. she was outside playing when someone down the street started shooting. she was hit by flying wood that was splintered when it was hit by a bullet. >> i know that the community and the police department do as much as they can but the problem is they are doing what -- almost what they can handle. >> nobody else was hurt. no arrests have been made. >> the family of a baby shot thursday in richmond said the 1- year-old is recovering well. a shot spotter recorded that gun fire as it happened. police say 19 shots were fired in less than six seconds outside the home of a 1-year- old officers say the gunman was firing at a man on a bike just outside the apartment complex. the girl's mother said the piece from one of the bullets hit him in the neck. >> all i heard was his grandpa coming in saying gun shots and the first thing i thought of was my son. >> reporter: police are still searching for the gunman. a 25,000-dollar reward is being offered in the case. >> just about an hour an active sheet drill is starting. it is being held at castro elementary school. people should not be alarm
, 200 for assault type weapons. >> new tonight at 5:00, city leaders in oakland are continuing their grassroots campaign to promote public safety. the town hall meeting took place the mayor and the police chief outlined the city's progress in addressing the citizens' concerns. the chief says a lot of the feedback so far is people just want have a friendlier relationship with officers. >> just to enter act more with the community, which i don't think is asking too much. and i definitely support what they're asking, something we're working on internally to fix. >> ama: the final meeting is scheduled for april 2nd 27th >> a look at the local women leaders who got together today on the peninsula and how they plan to inspire future generations. >> the past ask the future of the rome ran catholic church comes face-to-face, what pope francis and his predecessor did in their historic meeting. >> leigh: a nice spring day today but showers return next week. we'll lo >> ama: arson investigators are trying to determine the cause of a restaurant fire in the financial district. firefighters
channel 2 news. >>> new police academy grads hit the streets of oakland another class of hopefuls is stepping into the classroom. today 51 recruits i wanterred for their first class -- entered for their first class they hope to join the officers already on the force of oakland police department. >> i grew up in oakland, went to school in oakland, have family in oakland and i just want to give back to my community. >> with hard work and dedication these officers in training will graduate and hit the streets in 6 months. >>> a single roll over accident in eastern contra costa county left a driver and his passenger dead. a passer by who desperately tried to rescue that pair. >> reporter: it is a two lain highway in the shadow of mount diablo. this stretch of state route 4 was the site of a fatal accident this morning. just before 10:00 a.m. a male driver in a toyota four runner and his female passenger ended up trapped upside down in 4 feet of water. >> the vehicle drifted off the shoulder to the right, crossed through the right shoulder area down into a drainage canal. >> reporter:
windows at the oakland tribune offices. the newspaper reports a window pane was shattered and five banks were vandalized. >> new information about a deadly shooting at a richmond bart station. police gave out flyers to passengers last night. they are looking for anyone who saw a man shoot and kill another man. >> i ducked and sought guy fall. >> what did you do? >> my wife was waiting for me to pick me up and i went to her car and we left. it was -- crazy out here. >> reporter: bart police reveal the bullet also grazed a 26- year-old. he was treated at a hospital and released. detectives first thought there were two shooters but now they say they are looking for just one suspect. they believe there was an altercation before the shooting. >> sierra lamar disappeared a year ago today. police say they believe she was kidnapped walk together bus stop not far from her home. her purse, clothes and cell phone were found in fields, close to where she was last seen. hundreds of volunteers and several searches have been done. two months after she disappeared police arrested a 21-year-old for
was not a factor. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> police arrested three men last night in oakland after a high-speed chase and think the suspects might be linked to crimes in hayward and san jose. it ended after the car they were in spun out. it started in hayward when officers tried to pull the driver or for driving under the for the fluence. police -- influence. police think they were involved in a shooting. >> there was a incident that involved a shooting from a vehicle. we are determining whether or not this vehicle was involved in that. >> police are also investigating whether the three men were involved in a armed robbery and shooting in san san jose. >>> the castro district will be the scene of a rally and march in support of same-sex marriage. ktvu's noelle walker is live where the supreme court court, all eyes on the supreme court. >> reporter: we have seen a few people here with signs and flags. they are starting to set up for a huge rally and march to city hall. supreme court is taking up the debate tomorrow and this is not a black and white issue. there are a number of ways
with extra security. but the changes helped insure a peaceful first friday art walk in oakland last night. the changes remain after a fatal shooting of a teenager at last month's event. organizers banned alcohol. ended the walk an hour earlier at 9:00 p.m. and shortened it from 10 blocks to seven. there was extra security and a strong police presence. >> when you look at the city and what it is trying to do, they tried images of oakland to change the businesses and this is sort of the calling card. >> a candlelight vigil was held to remember the 131 homicide victims in oakland st year. >>> new information shows a loophole allows sant cruise gunman jer ny goulet to fall off police radar. investigators say he had a history of crimes before killing two detectives on tuesday. he was convicted of peeping incidents in three different cities and accused of raping two women while serving in the military in hawaii but the santa cruz sentinel is reporting that he never appeared on two law enforcement computer databases that track criminals. >>> meanwhile the santa cruz community is rallying to comf
of a man who is accused of molesting and trying to kidnap a nine -year old girl in oakland. this is surveillance video showing images of the suspect walking on the sidewalk. it happened on the 12- hundred block of 94th avenue. monday evening. police say, the man picked the girl up in a bear hug, touched her inappropiately and tried to carry her away. the girl was able to get away. the attacker is described as a latino male in his 20's, with ears that stick out prominently he has short black hair, spiked in the front and long in the back. five- feet- eight inches tall. and 170 pounds. the suspect description also matches that of the getaway driver. in a similar daylight attack on a 14 year old girl last november. also in oakland. in that incident, the victim was able to escape unharmed. >> jacqueline: this live look at the golden gate with visibility not that bad. as we see with increasing clouds south of the golden gate. further offshore some disturbance in the rain near eureka. already rainfall locally towards tomorrow. the increase with clouds and mild temperatures. spott
in oakland and san francisco at six degrees cooler. napa and santa rosa, ten and nine degrees cooler so we are at 38 in southeast, -- santa rosa, and 44 in los gatos, and mountain view and fremont and san carlos at 48. temperatures hang out in the 50's by noon under sunny skies and away from the coast we are in the low-to-mid 60's and breezy at times. eric? >> 6:00 -- 6:15. a leukemia treatment is showing promising results with patients' own immune cells fighting a deadly form of leukemia with one patient cancer free after eight days of treatment. >> this is how it works. >> using a patients' own immune system to treat cancer. five parents had untreatable cancer and they use advisor russ -- a virus to inject the cancer cells. >> all patients went into remission. the researchers will have much more on "good morning america" at 7:00. >> german airliner is on strike now and has canceled 40 percent of the flights. we did check and so far the strike is not affecting flights at sfo but it is leaving long lines at the frankfurt airport, the home base. the union representing 33,000 workers is dema
's closure. it's part of the construction project for the oakland airport connector system. and you can download or app for free. >>> still to come at 6:00, lights are going out around the world, and in just a few hours, they'll go out right here in the bay area. >>> why you need to be careful if you're looking to by a knew ipad. >>> it's been called the ultimate man cave. where it used to be and how you can get into it. >> leigh: i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. lots of sunshine today. most locations in the 60s. going to bring in a few more 70s tomorrow, and talk about rain chances next week. the seven-day forecast is coming >> ama: the lights are going out across the world part of earth hour. at 8:30 p.m. local time cities are turning off the power at landmark buildings for one hour to raise awareness of the impact we have on the environment. >> i think it's a good idea to remind people that you don't need all these lights here, and how much'm -- >> ama: here in the bay area the lights will go off at 8:30 at buildings like city hall. this year san francisco is considered the earth hour
. up in the north bay milder than that. we'll see mid 60s in santa rosa. east bay highs 64 in oakland and newark. inland mid to upper 60s. 67 in livermore, here is the accu-weather forecast. slight chance of showers on thursday. not a great chance. milder friday. highs back into 70s and cooling down saturday clouds increase sunday, a chance of showers. looks like it could be at least a partly wet day. they can occur. >> thank you spencer. >> coming up next reunion of an east bay woman ask a stolen dog. >> the search with a >>> messy hotel labor negotiations led to pickets won't be repeated at least in one hotel this, morning hilton workers and management celebrated signing of a new 5-year labor agreement. the new pact gives 750 milton workers a 4% compensation increase each year. the workers will then decide how they want to use the money. >> our members will make determinations as to whether or not more money should be aloe indicated to health care or wage or pension. >> mayor ed lee says having labor peace is good for tourism industry. >> a search by a san bruno woman for her stolen
about an average salary of just over 69,000 dollars per year. in oakland, abc 7 news. >> more to get to this monday night. coming up exploratorium night club shooting. one victim may never walk again. now the owner of the club does what no one expected him to do. >> plus the state puts more money into rebate to help you buy green cars. i'm annette in sacramento but critic say the millions could be better spent elsewhere. >> i'm spencer in the accu-weather forecast center. showers. light showers have entered the bay area. show where you in just a moment in my accu-weather forecast. >> caught on camera. terrifying moment photographer what's truly amazing aboutpher mercedes new mbrace2 system... is i can follow all my sports... catch the latest breaking news... keep in touch with friends... follow the financial headlines... find a great restaurant... and with siriusxm i can get weather forecasts... all from here. in my mercedes-benz. [ male announcer ] introducing mbrace2. the most comprehensive cloud-based telematics system on the road. it's your world, from your car. mercedes-ben
as temperatures right now beginning to cool off as we would expect for this time of day. san jose 50, oakland 52 and half-moon bay currently 50 degrees. forecast headlines for tonight partly cloudy skies, fog for the coast and for the bay. tomorrow is the morning overcast. clouds becoming partly cloudy into the afternoon hours. tuesday, wednesday we will be tracking more rainfall and temperatures cooling off as well. first thing tomorrow morning, areas of clouds. just be extra careful out there for your monday morning. lots of 40s to start out the day. maybe some cooler locations in the upper 30s. san francisco, low of 47 and san jose 45 degrees. out here in the pacific, here's a change. a weather system developing offshore. no rain drops expected for tomorrow after we had a few sprinkles. tomorrow here we go with the overcast and skies becoming partly cloudy. also a breeze with winds from around 15 to 20 miles per hour. tuesday this system will slowly approach the bay area. that will be the keyword, slowly. north bay rain probably not until after 2:00. better bet closer to 3:00 or 4:00. the sho
francisco. 62 oakland. another live view from our sutro camera. 66 livermore, on we go clear but gusty conditions overnight. sunny, mild tomorrow, friday. and this pattern holds into the weekend. talking about high pressure dominating our weather now, satellite shows animation and nothing changing just clouds passing well north. what is changing is that we've got dry off shore wind flow that is going to increase over the delta. overnight so we have a computer projection of wind gusts. there is a color legend here showing how strong darker areas indicate stronger wind gusts. earlier in the evening we'll see stronger gusts along the coastline and off shore. in a is reversing overnight. still strong gusts near the coast. stronger near the delta. by 6:00 a.m. around 43 miles per hour. 22 in livermore. point reyes 29 miles per hour gusts. windy conditions overnight. upper 30s in north bay valleys and tomorrow, another pleasant day. but breezy. upper 60s and downtown san francisco, 65 degrees tomorrow, 60 in the sunset district. upper 60s over the north bay. mid to upper 60s on the east bay.
in the low 40s. midto upper 40s as you can see from richmond and oakland and all the way toward san francisco and half moon bay overnight 44 degrees. high pressure brought us a nice weekend. tomorrow it will start to retreat back to the south and east of us. what you can see here, the clouds ahead of the cold front will be in store for us on monday. the temperatures will come down a few degrees. then as we get into tuesday we are keeping a close eye on the area of low pressure. it looks impressive. as it moves closer to the coast it will split and bring us a sprinkle or two. here is a look at our forecast animation. throughout the course of monday we will see the clouds thicken up. this is tomorrow afternoon. you notice by 7:00 everything gets very, very cloudy. a few breaks in the overcast as the front hits the coast, and then by 2:00, 3:00 on tuesday afternoon, that's when we may see a few sprinkles or two. that is about it. we have another storm system behind that one. it too looks like it will fizzle out. the best chance of showers around here, we do need the rain could possibly be the ea
and bondholders. >>> a police chase that ended last night in oakland may have ties to crimes in hayward and san jose. our cameras captured these images of the pursuit. it ended when the car spun out on i-580 between harrison street and park boulevard. it began in hayward when officers tried to pull the driver over for a dui. police believe the three men inside could be linked to the shooting of a man driving with his wife and child in hayward early yesterday afternoon. >> there was an earlier incident that involved a shooting from a vehicle and right now we're just determining whether or not this vehicle was in fact involved in that. we're still investigating. >> hayward police officer also tweeted around midnight that officers had three suspects in custody, after a high speed chase. that may be involved in a san jose armed robbery and shooting. >>> hundreds of hotel workers at hilton san francisco union square are celebrating a new contract today. >> these workers, not only are going to have great wages, they are going to have health benefits, they are going to have a pension that they can rel
that much but i think that we could see more fog for a san francisco, oakland richmond and the bayshore. the reason why the computer model is showing this limited fog is the wind from the north is expected to be strong. the sea breezes are strong. i think that we could see clearing by 11:00 a.m. but still some high clouds to deal with. slightly cooler conditions. temperatures in the '70s. '70s in san jose and for the inland valleys. cooler for the east bayshore. that marine influence. 60s for the coast. temperatures in the 50s. 54 degrees in daly city and a mixture of '60s and '70s for the north bay. waking up to some fog the same on a saturday. and as we go for next week we will see changes on tuesday and wednesday. there rainfall could return wednesday morning. the chance of lingering showers on thursday. another cruise vacation gone wrong. carnival is scrambling to charter flights for thousands of passengers after their ship became inoperable at a caribbean port. karin caifa reports. >> reporter: it's been just a month since a fire aboard the cruise ship "triumph" stranded passengers
. >>> a police chase that ended last night in oakland may have ties to crimes in hayward and san jose. our cameras captured these images of the pursuit. it ended when the car spun out on i-580 between harrison street and park boulevard. it began in hayward when officers tried to pull the driver over for a dui. police believe the three men inside could be linked to the shooting of a man driving with his wife and child in hayward early yesterday afternoon. >> there was an earlier incident that involved a shooting from a vehicle and right now we're just determining whether or not this vehicle was in fact involved in that. we're still investigating. >> hayward police officer also tweeted around midnight that officers had three suspects in custody, after a high speed chase. that may be involved in a san jose armed robbery and shooting. >>> hundreds of hotel workers at hilton san francisco union square are celebrating a new contract today. >> these workers, not only are going to have great wages, they are going to have health benefits, they are going to have a
popped up around oakland. let's go to our chief meteorologist bill martin. it was light rain but this is what you call it. >> it's not going much for anybody. looks good on the radar. look at live storm tracker 2. you think oh boy that's a good looking system. but most of the strong level dynamics are staying offshore. what's happening is its spinning moisture up toward us. the dynamic are pretty light. there's moisture. i'm getting light rain in the peninsula. light rain in san jose and windsor i'm getting reports of light rain. we'll go up to the north bay. when you see it real light, a lot of times the radar picks this up and whatever is coming from the sky is either basic light drips or evaporating before it hits the ground. in this case i think we see a little bit of evaporation. out in the sunset district we're getting reports of light sprinkles and drizzle. maybe slowing you down a little bit. out toward emeryville. getting a little bit of sprinkle activity in the oakland area. then you head south bay and you get a little bit more. this deal in san jose looks like it h
about that coming up. >> leigh, thank you. oakland police took several people into custody after an early morning hop side lead to a standoff. officers surrounded the crime scene at 25th avenue and international boulevard for about 10 hours. the trouble began about 1:30 this morning. that's when two shooting victims showed up at a local emergency room. one of them died from his injuries. officers removed several people from the home when the standoff finally ended around 11:30 this morning. no word from police if anyone detained has been arrested for this shooting. >>> two teenagers are headed to juvenile jail for at least a year after a judge found them guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl. it is a case that's divided an entire time. larry jacobs has the story. >> for a minimum period of yon year. >> reporter: moments after the juvenile court judge handed down the sunday morning rape conviction, the two defendants stepped toward the 16-year-old sexual assault victim and apologized. >> i'm sorry to put you through this. no pictures should have been put around. >> reporter: the pic
locations. temperatures hovering in the low 40s. midto upper 40s as you can see from richmond and oakland and all the way toward san francisco and half moon bay overnight 44 degrees. high pressure brought us a nice weekend. tomorrow it will start to retreat back to the south and east of us. what you can see here, the clouds ahead of the cold front will be in store for us on monday. the temperatures will come down a few degrees. then as we get into tuesday we are keeping a close eye on the area of low pressure. it looks impressive. as it moves closer to the coast it will split and bring us a sprinkle or two. here is a look at our forecast animation. throughout the course of monday we will see the clouds thicken up. this is tomorrow afternoon. you notice by 7:00 everything gets very, very cloudy. a few breaks in the overcast as the front hits the coast, and then by 2:00, 3:00 on tuesday afternoon, that's when we may see a few sprinkles or two. that is about it. we have another storm system behind that one. it too looks like it will fizzle out. the best chance of showers around here, we do n
, california, oakland and san francisco. oakland and san francisco collected hundreds of guns. they paid hundreds of dollars for each one of them. in brooklyn new york, in december, the police department and district attorney's office co-sponsored a gun buyback. again they got hundreds of guns off the street. baltimore, maryland, police officers traded grocery store gift cards for guns. and in los angeles, the city's gang-reduction unit sponsored a gun buyback program that brought in 2,000 weapons. orange county, new york. the sheriff's office there ran a buyback program that ran for three months state, $150 for any gun turned in, ran for three months straight. that's the haul they got. fremont, new jersey, a gun buyback. at the city's fire training facility. paying more than $150,000 in exchange of rifles and assault rifles. santa clara county, california, has had two gun buyback programs just this month. the county provided the money to exchange for the guns. last weekend, atlantic city, new jersey, their guns for cash buyback in atlantic was the second most successful in state history
napa. east bay highs of 64 at oakland and san leandro. inland east bay, highs mid to upper 60s up to 67 at pleasanton. looks like a slight chance of showers on thursday. milder weather friday with clouds thickening a bit. sunday, cool, that looks like our best chance of rain in the next seven days we'll keep watching how things develop as we approach the weekend to give you a better idea of the probability of rain. >> coming up next, actress tilda swinton in a different performance. >> then at 4:30 reaching new heights. inspiring story between one father and son aesz mission at mount refrest. >> taking a look live at mcarthur maze, you can see this time of the day evening commute well underway. sticky, those folks on the left on the right they're heading to the bay bridge. stay with us. the news at 4:00 continues in >> newest exhibit in new york is tilda swinton. >> it features swinton sleeping in a glass box all daichl she presented the piece saturday and will do it again six more times this year. >> i mean that is her sleep tlchlgt it's not wax. museum did not announce the piece befor
michigan. nih funding in michigan, $30 million will be lost in basic research. in oakland county, in livingston county, they'll begin to cut hours for teachers in head start. so there's reality here. maybe at times there's been an overstatement, but the basic fact remains that sequestration is a harmful idea. it's going to hurt in many, many respects. it's going to hurt the economy if it continues, so the fact that the market is up one day, and i think that's a positive development, it shows the economic plans of the president basically have been helping but i think you'll see a dip if sequester continues, it's going to hurt defense, it's going to hurt economic growth, it's going to hurt lots of basic programs for the american people. >> congressman levin, thanks for taking the time for mer. again, the president meeting tonight for this gop senate dinner at the jefferson hotel. thanks again, sir. >> good to be with you. >>> the government is closed today, but inspected it's the snow-quester. we'll get a live report on the major snowstorm hitting the capitol. >>> plus buy or bewar
is also tied to palo alto high school and bishop o'dowd in oakland. it is not known if the two victims played on any of his teams. anybody with information is urnled to please call orinda police. >>> let's take a look at the thursday forecast and say good morning to christina loren. high. >> just wanted to start by showing you how crystal clear it is out there. a beautiful start to the day. highs today will be mild. it will be in the mid to upper 60s. 67 inland, 62, bayside. temperatures in the low 70s. we're going to cool off next week and bring the rain back tuesday into wednesday. let's check out the rush-hour drive. >>> let me show you 880 from hayward heading down. a slow drive off the castrol valley "y" path. clearing by the time you get to mission. the northbound route through san jose, 280 over the last 20 minutes. a big change in 17, slowing northbound. idyllwild into los gatos, things are clear all lanes. >> appreciate it. we will have another local update in one half hour from right now. the "today" show coming back at you. >>> what's the best thing about being a parent, as
of an oscar nominated movie "moneyball". the goal should be wins. >> and the oakland a's made it famous and now teams across the majors are adopting it. >> there are no doubts that are statistics allowing you to make cleaner statistics. >> it relies on stats that allows less emphasis on traits like power. instead, focusing on simpler concepts, getting on base, drawing walks and scoring runs. they're going to find new ways to evaluate you because that's their job as a front office. >> for small market teams, moneyball is a hit. >> it's not just a curiosity, it's a difference between winning a championship and not. >> and one of the number crunchers, the life long kansas city royals fans, teams like his ignore them at their own peril. >> the royals the last 20 years have drawn fewer walks than any team in baseball and not coincidentally lost more. they may not settle the value to a team and not every team embraces the idea. the san francisco giants won two out of the last three world series and mostly ignore it. and there is one thing that numbers can't measure, heart. in los angeles, ada
, the bay bridge has been the workhorse on san francisco bay, linking oakland and san francisco, and carrying 270,000 cars and trucks a day. on the san francisco side, its towers support suspension cables that keep the bridge up. but this gray, utilitarian structure that partially collapsed in the 1989 earthquake has never captured the world's attention, the way its nearby cousin, the golden gate bridge has. built toward the end of the depression, both were engineering marvels. now, the bay bridge is making its own splash. on a cold rainy night last week it was transformed into a giant work of art. 25,000 tiny white undulating l.e.d. lights, strung from the vertical cables, were turned on in a flashy display of public art that can be seen for miles. for california politicians like lieutenant governor gavin newsom, it was a chance to tout the area's uniqueness. >> here we are in san francisco- - a wacky and wonderful place and a city that is probably best described as 49 square miles surrounded by reality. a city of dreamers of doers of entrepreneurs and innovators. >> reporter:
seasons with the san francisco and one with the oakland raiders. >> i love football. it provided me with some experiences and some opportunities that i wouldn't trade for anything else. but at the same time the cost was great in asking me to not speak candidly or be able to be open about myself in this complete manner. >> reporter: harris is gay. he says he's always known this, but concealed it until recently. >> i wasn't publicly out until about, i don't know, beginning of the super bowl when it was publicized. >> reporter: it was publicized after an alleged altercation with an ex-boyfriend outside a restaurant. and then chris culver made this comment on artie lange's radio show. >> ain't got no gay people on the team. they got to get up out of here. >> reporter: culliver apologized but the sentiment is not uncommon in the sports world. last baseball season yunel escobar was suspended for three games for a gay slur written in spanish in the grease under his eyes. escobar apologized as well. but it does explain why no player in any of the male professional sports in the u.s. has eve
with showers in the forecast, 70 degrees for livermore. 62, san francisco. 67 degrees in oakland. getting into saturday, our rain chances ramp up. a few thunderstorms in the forecast for easter morning. weather. matt? >> thanks very much. >>> coming up, you can't find a comb, well, why not print one? the remarkable things you can do with the 3d printer. >>> and then the little girl who may have the world's best laugh. >>> but first, these messages. so let's break down this play. charles? uh, charles couldn't make it. his single miles card blacked him out here and here. he should have used... the capital one venture card. he's coming to us from home. hey fellas... hey baby, you want mama to iron your undies? nice tightie whities. i didn't know mrs. barkley made quilts. really? looks like a circus tent. is that the best you got? now if you put this, with this, you have a sailboat. what's in your wallet? you have a sailboat. listen up. each year hundreds of promising research studies go unfunded. for breast cancer. for lung cancer. every cancer. the american cancer society has been behind ne
th straight year. reminds me of that movie money ball. >> that is right. great film. oakland a's won the west and they had a low payroll. >> heather: i have to get this question in. one of our viewers he tweeted in a question, he wanted to know will tiger win the open --, he, will he win the masters? >> this is great time. we have opening day tonight and then we the final four next week. in two weeks we'll have sunday at augusta, trying to win his fifth green jacket. he hasn't won a major since 2008 at torrey pines. to answer your question, i don't have an answer to the question. tune in and watch. if you can't watch you can listen to me and our crew and final four but at the masters. >> heather: so jealous. what do you think? >> gregg: i think he can do it. he is lights out the best player right now. he has won three tournaments, jim? >> he has won three tournaments this year, six in the last calendar year, three this season. it's just an outstanding what he has been able to do. number one player after not being number one since november of 2010 when he had the big scandal in 2009 t
you about. according to the oakland tribune, a thief stole a forklift, drove through a fence and took 5600 pounds of copper wire. take a look at the copper contract. this has been happening throughout the recession. that is your west coast minute. the business of diplomacy. president obama is in israel. we will be live in jerusalem next for you. we want to take a look at some of those winners over on the nasdaq. the fed announcement is in an hour and ten minutes from now. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ [ cows moo ] [ sizzling ] more rain... [ thunder rumbles ] ♪ [ male announcer ] when the world moves... futures move first. learn futures from experienced pros with dedicated chats and daily live webinars. and trade with papermoney to test-drive the market. ♪ all on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. cheryl: that was president obama this morning taking a break from washington for his first visit to israel. >> cheryl, often times world leaders have to make up. this is the hug and make a trip between president obama and that in -- they were all smiles. they were congratulating each othe
francisco oakland bay bridge often overshadowed by the golden gate nearby, but making a visual splash. this visual splash here, an installation called the bay lights. these are 25,000 l.e.d. lights spanning the entire length of this bridge. the visual artist behind this display said he didn't look too far for inspiration, used the birds and clouds and traffic. imagine driving across it while the light show goes on. they'll burn from dusk to 2:00 a.m. the next two year and the light pattern will never repeat. kind of cool. >>> up next, a mystery involving racism on a college campus. it has this tiny town on edge. reports of a kkk sighting, but it is not the first instance. is this a lone prankster? might this be something bigger. we'll talk about what is happening on this campus next. you know who you are. you can part a crowd, without saying a word... if you have yet to master the quiet sneeze... you stash tissues like a squirrel stashes nuts... well muddlers, muddle no more. try zyrtec®. it gives you powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec® is different than claritin® because zyrtec®
can tell, i am a fan. it may be easier to be a fan from abroad than close at home. host: oakland, juju -- new jersey. a profile piece done on stephen harper. tony, go ahead. caller: good morning. i am curious as to -- host: keep going. go ahead. curiosity killed the cat. queen elizabeth, head of the government -- stephen harper. how would you rate mr. harper's relationship with his cabinet? guest: they are a team of friends. allies and comrades, people who are in this together. he is a very intelligent man, as harper himself is. it is interesting that you pointed out that the queen is canadian and head of state. harper likes to point this out, also. that has not been said in a long time, i gather. he did something controversial, he restored the old names to the military services. we now have the royal air force and royal canadian navy. a lot of veterans wanted it. he wanted to remind people of the canadian past. that includes a proud military history. some of these things are symbolic, as you see. for example, when he first entered office, he reversed the policy of lowering flags every
with the oakland raiders. >> i love football. football provided me with some experiences and some opportunities that i wouldn't trade for anything else. but at the same time, the cost was great in asking me to not speak candidly or be able to be open about myself and in this complete manner. >> reporter: harris is gay. he said he's always known this, but concealed it until recently. >> i wasn't publicly out until -- until about, i don't know, beginning of the super bowl, when it was publicized. >> reporter: it was publicized after an alleged altercation with an ex-boyfriend outside of a restaurant. not long after, current 49er chris culver made this comment on artie lange's radio show. >> ain't got no gay people on the team. they got to get up out of here if they do. >> reporter: culver ultimately apologized, but the sentiment is not uncommon in the sports world. last baseball season, toronto short stop escobar was suspended for three games for a gay slur written in spanish in the grease under his eyes. 'apologized as well. but it does explain why no player in any of the four major male profess
with the oakland raide raiders. >> i loved football. football provided me with experiences and opportunities i wouldn't trade for anything else. at the same time, the cost was great in asking me to not speak candidly or be able to be open about myself in this complete manner. >> harris is gay. he says he has always known this and concealed it until recently. >> i wasn't publicly out until about, i don't know, the beginning of the super bowl when it was publicized. >> it was publicized after an alleged altercation with an ex-boyfriend outside of a restaurant. not long after current 49er chris culver made this comment on aarti lang's radio show. >> ain't got in gay people on the team. they have to get up out of here. >> he ultimately apologized but the sentiment is not unmontana. last season escabar was -- it explains why no player has ever come out while playing. >> did you ever consider coming out while you were a player? >> man, no. not while i was playing. i didn't see those two things as being compatible. when i look back in hindsight if i could have done it differently, i would like to thi
showing up with shotguns in oakland to meetings. >> right. >> and so we -- >> but are you saying you're advocating that? i mean, that was a joke. that was a joke. >> trying to calculate my youtube hits. >> my question was is what do you think of that? >> listen, i think -- i think there is value in a movement like occupy wall street put in today's context that essentially makes, you know, the sorkin piece in the "new york times" the other day where he writes, he admits himself, that a bank ceo called him up and said should i be worried about these protesters, and he says, i don't know, i'll go down there and check it out for you, and he frames it in this notion that the bank executive, rather than being worried about is this going to be an accountability moment for my bank, am i going -- he's worried about his own personal safety. i think that's unfortunate because that's not the idea. the idea of social unrest is the only leverage that people have in not going along with what the program is. >> i want to pause on one quick thing and remind ourselves, one, that there was tons of civi
's egregious, oakland was one of those hotbed areas during the occupy movement. yet the beef was always with the private sector. really people should be up in arms about the public, the administrator. i don't want to dis her, but one media outlet said her job was being a glorified secretary. i'm not here to dis what she does and her responsibility. but what i am saying is she's the highest-paid county administrator in california, and i think anyone can see this is beyond the pale. >>gretchen: how did it get to this? do they vote themselves into these kinds of surpluses? >> this is where you get the beef. they negotiate amongst themselves for these kinds of salaries. the public has no say in it. we're at this little movement where the public should have more say in what corporate c.e.o.'s make, certainly we should have more say into what the administrators of our counties make. i don't think one person in alameda county would have thought this was a fair deal. >>brian: charles payne, we'll see how this goes because it can't sustain itself. you're a fox business contributor filling in for
for oakland and san francisco. right here in beautiful san jose. what about 67 degrees, showers moving in for the evening commute. you want to keep that in mind. as we head throughout the next couple of days, improving skies on the way. by thursday afternoon, clearing you out. >> that is your latest forecast, dylan. >>> it was a nail-biter on "the biggest loser." in the end 26-year-old danni allen lost 121 pounds to take the title and the $250,000 grand prize. good morning, good to see you.. >> good to see you, too. >> good to see what is left of you. >> i know, it's an amazing experience. >> you've flown all night. >> yes. >> you basically haven't slept. >> nope. >> are you on adrenalin? >> pure adrenalin, i love it, i don't want it to go away. >> it was a close finish, comes down to fractions i guess. >> um-hum. >> did you think i've got this one in the bag or were you chewing on your nails? >> i was very secure in my success with this show. i knew no matter what in my heart i had already won but when it came down the scale i was up against some big boys. i didn't know if i could pul
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